Les jardins flottants : Lorsque Cortez a découvert l'empire aztèque en 1519, il a découvert que 200 000 personnes vivaient sur une…

Les jardins flottants ingénieux des anciens aztèques

Les jardins flottants : Lorsque Cortez a découvert l'empire aztèque en 1519, il a découvert que 200 000 personnes vivaient sur une…

City of Tenochtitlan, the capital city of the Aztec Empire, built in central Mexico, on Lake Texcoco. It's market place in the center of the city handled more than 60,000 people a day.

City of Tenochtitlan, the capital city of the Aztec Empire, built in central Mexico, on Lake Texcoco. It's market place in the center of the city handled more than 60,000 people a day.

The Fall of the Aztec Empire

The Fall of the Aztec Empire

The Aztec empire was destroyed only two years after the Spanish invasions. War and disease ultimately ended the Aztec society. The Europeans also invaded North America and Polynesia. The fact that these societies had previously been secluded from all world contact proved to be a great disadvantage to them.

The Aztec empire was destroyed only two years after the Spanish invasions. War and disease ultimately ended the Aztec society. The Europeans also invaded North America and Polynesia. The fact that these societies had previously been secluded from all world contact proved to be a great disadvantage to them.

Deadly Secrets of the Aztec Empire : Documentary on the Ancient Aztecs (Full Documentary) - YouTube

Deadly Secrets of the Aztec Empire : Documentary on the Ancient Aztecs (Full Documentary) - YouTube

Aztec Empire Facts  The city of Tenochtitlan was built in the middle of the salt lake Texcoco. They built in the middle of the lake because they believed they were commanded to by the God of Sun and War Huitzilopochtli.

Aztec Empire Facts The city of Tenochtitlan was built in the middle of the salt lake Texcoco. They built in the middle of the lake because they believed they were commanded to by the God of Sun and War Huitzilopochtli.

Did you know Oxford University is older than the Aztec Empire? Let's have a look at 50 facts that we bet you didn’t know!

Did you know Oxford University is older than the Aztec Empire? Let's have a look at 50 facts that we bet you didn’t know!

A sacrificial wolf elaborately adorned with some of the finest Aztec gold ever found and buried more than five centuries ago has come to light in the heart of downtown Mexico City, once home to the Aztec empire's holiest shrines.

Exclusive: Aztec golden wolf sacrifice yields rich trove in Mexico City

A sacrificial wolf elaborately adorned with some of the finest Aztec gold ever found and buried more than five centuries ago has come to light in the heart of downtown Mexico City, once home to the Aztec empire's holiest shrines.

Aztec Sun Stone from Aztec Empire dated 1512. One of great wonders, in museo de Antropologia, Mexico city

Aztec Sun Stone from Aztec Empire dated 1512. One of great wonders, in museo de Antropologia, Mexico city

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